Hubbard - Answered a Question by Greaves (25 Jul 07 10:16)

We didn't on P&O nor on Princess. Don't know about the others. They state whether lectures are free or not so you can decide.

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Reygan - Answered a Question by Greaves (25 Jul 07 15:36)

We travelled on QE2 in 2004 and QM2 this year. The cinema, pool, gym, lectures and most classes were included in the fare.

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Sambells - Answered a Question by Greaves (27 Jul 07 22:12)

We have sailed with Ocean Village and P&O and the examples you listed were free.

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Collins - Answered a Question by Greaves (29 Jul 07 23:38)

You need to check the small print. Last year we went 'Island escape' we had to pay for Aerobic classes, which was a shock. ask travel agent.

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Rea - Answered a Question by Greaves (10 Nov 07 08:38)

We spent 12 nights aboard QM2 last year. You have to pay for drinks, use of spa, any beauty treatments eg hair nails etc, any purchases (obviously). I will warn you that the onboard photos are VERY expensive. You will also be charged $11 dollars (each) per day tips and 10% tips on all drinks so DO NOT tip the staff at the bars etc when buying drinks as it is added to your onboard account.

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